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Dan Torop was an artist in residence at Eyebeam in 2008. He is IMHO one of the most interesting artist working with photography and computer codes. http://dantorop.info

 
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The story is often told of Marx that he was the product of a specific tripartite European formation: British political economy, German idealism, and French socialism. The Europe of today is different: in Germany we have media theory, in Italy we have political theory, and in France we have philosophy. The period of crisis and retrenchment that began in French philosophy around 1975 or 1976, and that lasted for twenty-five years, is, happily, coming to an end. The children of the '68ers are now of age. And they are writing.

 
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David is a classmate at the Public School New York. For more interesting projects, visit http://www.davidhorvitz.com/





Download template to make fake press pass:

http://davidhorvitz.com/tunnel/

 
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Arrangements, 2004

From the Press Release:

SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 16th 14:00 [class will start at 15:00]

Location: Tschaikowskistraße 51, 13156 Berlin, Germany

 
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Photo : Todd Rouhe

If you didn't have a chance to discuss 'introduction to civil war', 'becoming post capitalist self' and said somethings like 'there is nothing less passive than the act of fleeing', you missed the Public School New York's program past summer. Similar event happened in Berlin.

 
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I had the luck of participating in a
biennial for new media art in San Jose, California. I also participated in the
first biennial in 2006, which was much larger in scale and well attended by the
professional in the field, largely due to the official collaboration with
I.S.E.A. (Inter Society of Electronic Arts) In the past, I participated in Ars
Electronica, Austria and visited Transmediale, Berlin, and media_city, Seoul,
which are some experiences that taught me how these events work. Zero One is
one of the youngest in the circle of large media art biennials, and through
three incarnations it served well as a cultural venue to the general public in
San Jose and Silicon Valley area. It makes sense that the Silicon Valley has a
media art biennial, given its material resource and proximity to the large
corporations and the community around them.

 
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Saturday: September 18

Today was yet another busy day, with the Green Prix, workshops, and performances.  I spent most of my time in performances today.

I began my day with voicing my opinion at the Trading Voices booth.  We had a choice to “speak” or “re-speak”, and the questions were about gender equality/inequality.  I decided to “re-speak” which was state another person’s opinion as my own to trade a voice and add confusion in opinions.  I thought it was cool to play a part that I was not, and act a little bit.

 
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s'nice!

I was out in San Jose last week for the 01SJ Biennial and I took a few snapshots of the exhibits for the blog, below. I organized Rhizome's live performance event "Domain," which was part of 01SJ's film program. "Domain" included artists Jeremy Bailey, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, and JODI.